Source characteristics of oxygenated volatile organic compounds and hydrogen cyanide

@inproceedings{Shim2007SourceCO,
  title={Source characteristics of oxygenated volatile organic compounds and hydrogen cyanide},
  author={Changsub Shim and Y. Wang and Hanwant B. Singh and Donald Ray Blake and Alex B Guenther},
  year={2007}
}
[1] Airborne trace gas measurements from Transport and Chemical Evolution over the Pacific (TRACE-P), Pacific Exploratory Mission (PEM)-Tropics B, and Intercontinental Chemical Transport Experiment-North America (INTEX-NA) experiments are analyzed to examine the major source factors contributing to the observed variabilities of oxygenated volatile organic compounds and cyanides. The positive matrix factorization method is applied to coincident measurements of 11 chemicals including CH3OH… CONTINUE READING

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